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Hi, Peter.

I've posted the source to the group, but in case you don't see it there,
here it is...

The source for my TRANSTST program looks as follows:

PGM PARM(&REQ)

DCL &REQ *CHAR 10
DCL &CMD1 *CHAR 100
DCL &CMD2 *CHAR 100

CHGVAR &CMD1 ('IMPORT ' *CAT &REQ *CAT ' TST CLIENT900 U1')
CHGVAR &CMD2 ('ADDTOBUFFER ' *CAT &REQ *CAT ' TST')

CD '/usr/sap/trans/bin'

/* TP PARMLIST(&CMD2) */
TP PARMLIST(&CMD1)

ENDPGM

Explanation:

The &REQ parameter is the transport number. I created a command from this
CL as well.
In the &CMD1 string, I'm importing the request (&REQ) into our TST system,
client 900.
In the &CMD2 string, I'm adding the request (&REQ) to the TST buffer. This
is only required if your system setup does not automatically add requests
to the buffer.
As you can see, I have 'removed' the actual adding to the buffer in the "TP
PARMLIST(&CMD2)", since our setup does it automatically. It is a nice
functionality to have, though, provided the transports at OS are
done/managed very strictly (from a security point of view).

The source to the command looks as follows:

CMD PROMPT('TRANSPORT REQUEST')
PARM KWD(PGM) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(10) PROMPT('REQUEST NUMBER')

The program source would be in QCLSRC, member TRANSTST, and the command
source in QCMDSRC, member TRANSTST. You would create the command using

CRTCMD CMD(QGPL/TRANSTST) PGM(QGPL/TRANSTST) SRCFILE(QGPL/QCMDSRC)
SRCMBR(TRANSTST)

Hope you find this helpful...

Regards,


Des Olwage
Snr. Systems Administrator
Goodyear South Africa
Tel. +27 41 5055441
Cell. +27 82 824 6900





Peter Stelzer

<Peter.Stelze To: DoNotReply@consolut.eu

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Subject: Re: Re: Re:
TMS
06/02/2002

17:54

Please

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Hi,

I am interested in the CL you are using to perform transports. Please send
me the source.

Thanks Peter




DoNotReply@consolut.eu schrieb am 06.02.02:
> Hi, Jerry.
>
> I tried setting up the TMS in our landscape and the process was
relatively
> straight forward. I also found, however, that doing the transports at OS
> level were a lot simpler and faster. The STMS transaction creates too
many
> complications. I have written CL jobs to facilitate the transport
process.
> All I need to do at OS is use a custom command TRANSPRD or TRANSTST (to
> systems PRD and TST respectively) with the transport number, e.g.
TRANSPRD
> DEVK915899, and the rest is done automatically. So, I undid the TMS
> configuration and have continued to use the simpler OS transporting.
>
> Let me know if you're interested in the CL's. I'll gladly send you the
> source.
>
> Regards,
>
> Des Olwage
> Snr. Systems Administrator
> Goodyear South Africa
> Tel. +27 41 5055441
> Cell. +27 82 824 6900
>
>
>
>

> "jae4my"

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> Subject: Re:
TMS
> 06/02/2002

> 01:20

> Please

> respond to

> SAP on System i

>

>

>
>
>
>
> Hello Peter,
>
> Thanks for your help. Actually I'm used to doing transport using tp
> on the OS level. Transaction STMS is something new to me. Once again,
> thanks for your help.
>
> Best regards,
> Jerry Escobia.
>
> --- In SAP on System iZy..., Peter Stelzer <Peter.StelzerZw...> wrote:
> > Hello Jerry,
> >
> > at first You have to check, that all of the Systems in Your
> transport-domain have the same transport-directory
> (i.e. /usr/sap/trans)
> > In the first installed system (typically the dev-system this is the
> default directory. This system is typically the domain-controller.For
> all next systems on the same i-series the new TMS of instance will
> use this direcotry to. If You have more rthan one i-series You hav to
> make a link to the directory of the domain-controller. If You make a
> standard-installation from CD You will be asked after instalaltion
> for setup STMS.
> > Manually installation
> > In R/3 start STMS in 000 as a user with sap_all but not as DDIC or
> SAP*.
> > Then press button transport ways and in the new menu decide under
> configuration->standardconfiguration the landscape You will use.
> > If You do not have all systems You will use in the future You can
> use virtual systems as dummy-systems.
> > Create the standard transportway and save and activate.
> >
> > More infos in the standard help under BC-CTS-TMS or keyword TMS.
> >
> > I hope it helps
> >
> > Regards Peter
> >
> >
> >
> > SAP on System iZy... schrieb am 05.02.02:
> > > Hello everyone,
> > >
> > > Where can I find information on how to setup and use the
> Transport
> > > Management System (TMS) i.e. transcation STMS?
> > >
> > > Thank you.
> > >
> > > Best regards,
> > > Jerry Escobia.
> > >
> > >
> > >
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> > > SAP on System i-unsubscribeZy...
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